19-year-old WinRAR vulnerability lets hackers infect computers with malware

19-year-old WinRAR vulnerability lets hackers infect computers with malware

19-year-old WinRAR flaw lets hackers infect computers with malware

Kaspersky Lab has announced that a critical security vulnerability that was present in every version of WinRAR released in the last 19 years allowed hackers to inject malware into computers by creating malicious RAR archives.

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